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|Davianni||Bury, Lancashire is where I was born in 1950! Possibly Unsworth/ hare drive.......so long ago!|
We have a built in gas generator, hugely expensive
I can count on one hand the times we’ve used it
We bought it to run the air con when we are off grid, I struggle in heat
Apart from that our solar panels and inverter have meant we rarely need it, if it’s hot we head for a campsite with Electric to run the aircon
Your M.H won’t know/care what’s producing the “wriggly amps” EHU or Gennie is immaterial
It will simply use them to charge the batteries/run the 12v system.
|Pudsey_Bear||If you plug into a gennie as you would a camp site electrical point then it should all be fine.|
|Davianni||Thanks, but will this damage the batteries and how long would it take if batts were 50% discharged? Seeing as it’s a new moho, I’m a bit worried about damaging things. Cheers|
The age old problem. I have a Knaus moho with 2x100 house batts, 130w solar but would still like to use my ef1000 gennie to recharge when I park off grid for extended periods. Can I just plug into the 240 like I would at a cp site and carry on as normal?